Those who own or lease a 2017 Toyota Tundra should know that several customers have experienced multiple and recurring issues with their braking systems. Reports of brake pedals falling to the floor and failing to respond properly continue to arise, with many customers expressing concerns about the safety of these vehicles. While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) lists several safety recalls impacting this make and model, the manufacturer has not addressed braking concerns specifically.
Several customers have filed complaints about defective braking systems in the 2017 Toyota Tundra. According to one Toyota customer, their Tundra’s brake pedal falls to the floor and fails to engage at random times, making the driver concerned for their safety. Other reports of brakes that squeal, grind, or fail to engage properly continue to emerge. So far, the manufacturer has not addressed these complaints, leaving many Toyota consumers without permanent solutions to these persistent issues.
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